Sue Newport

Sue has worked in international development for over 20 years, with a particular interest in sexual and reproductive health.  Having previously worked with organisations such as Marie Stopes International, Public Health England and Sightsavers, Sue is now an independent consultant undertaking a range of work for different clients and on a variety of projects. 

Sue has a particular interest in monitoring and evaluation and regularly leads evaluations for funders including the World Bank, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, UN, EU and DfID.  In addition Sue is an associate lecturer at Brighton and Sussex Medical School and teaches MEL, and other subjects, on the MSc in Global health course.

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